Attention all you Google ( GOOG) and Apple ( AAPL) fans. It's time to buy.

Apple is priced to grow at 10.8% and is clearly capable and expected to do much more; analysts expect 23%. Google is priced to grow at 13.1%, and is expected to do 26%.

I don't usually name top-shelf companies as buys, but these companies fit my models as far as being highly predictable and high growth. I wasn't talking about them a few months ago because they weren't in my price range. They aren't ridiculously cheap, but they have a thunderous upside that comes from their brand-name recognition, and their 52-week price range offers tremendous "rebound potential."

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